>A free ebook shared over docs.google.com describes with full details and superb quality
enriched with full pictures and snapshots the old time glory and history of the British Videogames Company Psygnosis .
To make a short summary of their works is really a pity compared to the reality ,
thing that you will fully like and enjoy in the ebook .
>Here a short from Wikipedia about their birth :
Founded by Jonathan Ellis, Ian Hetherington and David Lawson, the Liverpool-based Psygnosis was indirectly born from the ashes of the defunct 8-bit game company Imagine Software, where Lawson was one of the founders and Hetherington was Financial Director. After the collapse of Imagine in 1984, the name and trademarks were bought by Ocean Software, while the rights of the software remained with original copyright owners. After Imagine, Lawson and Hetherington set up a new company called Finchspeed which took two unfinished games developed by Imagine, Bandersnatch (for the ZX Spectrum) and Psyclapse (for the Commodore 64), and fused them into one to become Brataccas, the first game published by Psygnosis.
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